Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas on October 13, 1974 · Page 11
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Northwest Arkansas Times from Fayetteville, Arkansas · Page 11

Fayetteville, Arkansas
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Sunday, October 13, 1974
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·IIIIIWIWIIIUIIM^ This 'n That About Town W!!»milllltlll!!llllllll!ll!!|IIIDUI|!i!li!||l[|||[||||l[||||Ulll«li(IIU . , By MABY ALICE PEARSON Comes Novcm'Der and our nclghbois across tlio border . colobrnto a custom of offerings to the dead. Bused on fcxids ·favored by depnrtcd loved'ones ttio offerings rosoinblo symbols of HnllowcRn: skulls, cross tones, skeletons and fanciful creations suggesting an ascension to heaven. From Oct. 15 through Nov. 2, the foods decorate tables and altars. Pan De Muerlos, "bread of the dead" dominates the festival displays. It's a light sweet bread hauntingly flavored with anise, orange peel and an orange glaze. Shape of the bread suggests a ladder to ease the spirits ascension to heaven. A flock of birds, sculptured from the bread dough, decorate the lop of the loaf to herald arrival ol the spirits. It makes an appropriate bread for brunch or dessert during the Halloween season. In' Mexico, Pan De Muertos is displayed with marigolds, Fruits and other tidbits, then eaten accompanied by coffee and hot chocolate. With interest revived in baking bread, it might be fun to try your hand at such decorations. Any reciiw for a sweet bread can be used and an orange glaze can make it special. "Every Child in 74," the immunization program in Arkansas under the direction of Arkansas' First Lady, Betty Bumpers, has gotten underway in Washington County and will continue through October. _Butch Clinlon is again serving as county chairman of the drive and says that "mass clinics are not planned, hut immunizations will be given free of charge at clinics scheduled throughout the county." Anyone who wishes to have their child's immunization updated may call the Health Department in Fayetteville for further information, or see the schedule of clinics published in the TIMES. . The bulletin from Fayetleville Country Cluu announcing the date of the informal fashion show as Wednesday, Oct. 17, was, unfortunately wrong and has caused some confusion. Tile date is correctly Oct. 17, but the day 'of the week is Thursday - this upcoming Thursday. Hours are 9:30 until 11:30 a.m. and members may bring as many guests as they like. , Edwina Cummihgs, Sandra Hopkins and Andrea nomine are in charge of all arrangements. Serving coffee will be past presidents of the Women s Association and the Women's Golf Association of the club. Tomorrow is the last day for reservations! Call Gloria Taylor at 442-8935, Wilma Lee at 442-7716, or Butch Clinton at 442-6455. Alberta Stone is home after a visit in Wisconsin with friends and en route home a visit in Chicago. She was away about six weeks. Virginia and Joe Findley of St. Louis are weekend guests of Maurice and Ep McClelland. Scott Stewart, son of Margie and Jim Stewart, and a Junior at Subiaco Academy, has been elected representative of his class for the coming year. Scott was also among 23 members admitted to the Academy's branch of the National Honor Society selected by a majority vote of the faculty, based on leadership, character, service and scholarship. Gxyendolyn Wolf came home Saturday'after attending a wedding of a cousin in Chandler, Okla., on Friday evening. . Cecelia Mulrenin accompanied her to Tulsa and returned with her. In Chandler, her former home, Gwendolyn was a luncheon guest of Fannie Moore and saw relatives and other old friends during her short visit. With Rhea and Warren Segraves this weekend are Missy and Bill Brandon of Shreveport. . Saturday, Oct. 26, is the date set for the Fall Fair at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Springdale. Goffee and pie will be served from 9'a.m. to 2 p.m., and all kinds of holiday gift items will be available - lots of plants, baked goods, white elephants, books and handmade articles. The public is invited to attend: Paul .Lewis,'president of Downtown Fayetteville Unlimited, and Marsha Kaylor, executive secretary, recently attended the International Downtown Executives Association International conference in Tulsa. Mora than 80 cities were represented at the three-day meeting during which talks were held continuously on rejuvenating the "hearts" of our cities. · The new president, Philip Milstein, executive director of Downtown Denver, proposed that cities send consulting panels to study downtowns and point out means and methods of improvement. Fayetteville has expressed interest in having men a panel visit here. Boris Goldovsky will demonstrate that opera is living theater in tha striking production of "La Traviata," Monday -evening, Oct. 21, at the Men's Gym. The company of 50 includes orchestra and many talented young American soloists, and features beautiful new sets and fresh, colorful costumes. "La Traviata" will be the 22nd cross-country tour for the Goldovsky Grand Opera Theater, and will be fully staged under the direction of Boris Goldovsky, known to many as "Mr. Opera." This is a Northwest Arkansas Community Concert attraction, the first of the season. You are invited to participate in an exhibition of Toys Designed By Artists, Dee. 6 - Feb. 10, sponsored by The Arkansas Arts Center. This exhibition is presented with the assistance of Grants-In-Aid awarded by the National Endowment for the Arts, through the Arkansas State Arts and Humanities Council and the Junior League of Little Rock. It is open to all artists who were born or are residing in Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. Artists are Jimited to three entries. All works must be original and completed during the years 1973 and 1974 and must not have been exhibited previously in the Arkansas Arts Center. Entry blanks and further information must be filled in and returned to the Center'not later than Nov. 15, and may be obtained from The Arkansas Arts Center in Little Rock. Miss Sagely Engaged Epsilon Sigma Alpha Meets Mrs, Jerry WhlltingUm was hostess for the October business meeting of Beta Tau Chapter of Epsllon Sigma Alpha International. Mrs. Mary Harris presided, Mrs. Whlttinglon read minutes am! Mrs. Duffey Carter gave the treasurer's report. The fall State Council meeting will '30 held Oct. 20 at the Holiday Inn in Russellville and several from the chapter plan to attend. Mrs. C a r l o s Guislnger, awards chairman, presented the first pearl award to Mrs Whittlngton. This is given to members who during thoir first year of membership have larticlpatccl in the philan- ,hropic. education and social activities of the chapter. Mrs. Harris received the first degree of Pallus Athene and Mrs, D. C. Sliackelford, Mrs. Rex Muxey and Mrs. Trilby Maul received the second degree of Pallas Athene. These awards based on 1,500 or more points accumulated for the first degree and 3,000 or more points for Ihe second degree, give recognition for the different areas of service in the chapter and on the state level. During Ihv social 'hours rneiribcrs were serywj spiced tea and next meeting in .the . Mrs. Harris will be Qct.22c u ·-'"a honj* at Daily Calendar of Events Tonight NWA Arclieological Society, Berryville, 1 p.m. NWA Kansas Club, Ozarks Electric, 1 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 1:03 p.m. Springdale Airport Dedication Ceremonies and Open House, Airport, 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Alcoholics Anonymous, VA Hospital, 7 p.m. 4oo)fHcounlfi) shop "the nicest shop in town" Plans December Wedding Mr. and Mrs. Herbert J. Hun - eycutt of Fayetleville announce the engagement of llieir daughter, Judith Ann, to Douglas Franklin Archer, sou of Mr. and Mrs. Hoyitl C. Archer, Route 1, Pafmos. The wedding is planned for 7 o'clock in the evening on Saturday, Bee. 28, at Berry's Chapel at Ouachita Baptist University in Arkadelphia. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Hope High School and is presently a senior special education major at the University of Arkansas where she Is a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority. She is Crescent Girl for Lamlirta C h i Alpha fraternity and a member of several educational organizations. Her fiance is also a graduate of Hope High School and is presently employed in Hoiie. Cadette Troop Gathers Litter Fayetteville Girl Scouts in Cadette Troop 63 found at firsthand what causes pollution, why it happens, and what can be done about it, at least as far as a . five-mile stretch .of dirt road near Johnson is concerned. In the troop's recent "clean up project," the Scouts hiked five miles in Washington County and gathered up 50 trash sacks of litter and other debris. The Cadettes, according to troop leader Marsha Trammel a 'University of Arkansa student, were particularly upse by an open land-fill in a water shed area, but were assured b the .proprietors located nearb that the landfill was to b covered soon. The junior high Scouts ar working on an environmenta challenge and hope tha Fayetteville will join them i their clean-up campaign Washington County. Indians Discussed M a j o r Brian Pendleton Chapter, Daughters of I \merican Colonists, met SMITH'S Communication 2-Way Radio Tear 2-way radio headquarters IB erftdronlcj ilnw U29 530 N. Ccl1og« 4*3-2222 For Your Proscription Needs See Us QUAKER DRUG 22 B. Center - 442-42J8 City Parking Lot In Rear Monday Recycling Center, West Street, All Day Every Day Recycling Sub-Station for Newspapers, Butterfield School, All Day Every Day Play-Learn Drop-in Nursery, First Baptist Church, Monday through Friday, 8 : 30 a.m. to 12 noon Community Adult Center, Hillcrcst Towers, Monday thru Friday, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Welcome Wagon Bowling, Ozark Lanes, 10 a.m. Fayetteville Board of Realtors, Holiday Inn, 12 noon "The Hero As Artist," UA Library, 3:30 p.m. and 4:30 p.m. VFW and Auxiliary, VFW Hall, C p.m. Evening Lions Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. Weight Watchers, Goff Building, 7 p.m. Business and Professional Women's Club, Wyatt's, 6:30 p.m. TOPS, Regional Medical Center, 7:30 p.m. Duplicate Bridge Club, Legion Hut, 7:30 p.m. nB.:ll',ii|: is, si'.ii iiL.iriiLiiM.;:-,,;!, ,,I;HMI:.,I;II'.!|I. ,,:.=. i .1: .,.,,.,,.,iiiiiiii[iiiiiniiiiniillinnnilil!ii; Is this the year you promised yourself a really good-looking Winter Coat? A coat that's classic . .. warm enough to really count. . wearable enough to no with everything!! A visit this week to TC will find you a coat of quality .. . good taste . .. warmth . . superb value . . Who could ask for more? PJ«s.../or your convenience uncheon Tuesday in the Terrace Room of the Holiday nn. Hostesses were Mrs. Howard Magruder, Mrs. Joe Bates and Mrs. George Yost. T h e program on the 'American Indian," was given by Mrs; -Howard Williams of Kansas, Okla. Mrs. William E. Hqdnetl, vice regent, conducted the business meeting following the program. OUTSTANDING FEATURES. OUTSTANDING LOW PRICE. Outstanding \lue. KOBIE CAKES For Weddings, Anniversaries, Birthdays, and All Special Occasions. To Order Phone 839-2243 (Closed Tuesdays) Hwy. 71, West Fork October--Nationol Restaurant Month Tim's Pizza wilh Schlitz Town Country Restaurant Open 24 Mrs.--7 Days Wk. Hwy. 71 S. (Old Pancake House) Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Sagely of Farmlngfon announce t h e engagement of their daughter, Marlla Owen, to Timothy Mark Stanley, .ion of the Rev. nnd Mrs. Durell Stanley of Pine Bluff. Miss Sagely Is a xnuliiafe of Farmington High School and allended C«nlr»l Baptist Co!leg« nl Conwfty. Her fiance graduated f r o m Dollarway High School In Pine Bluff anil alsn attended Central Baptist College, t h o i r wedding will he an event of 8 o'clock In Ihe evening, Nov. I, »t Wood Avenue Baptist Church In Fayeitevllle. 521-8684 St. 2 Johmon Rd. fayeHeiWt, Arlt, BB BAR-B-QUE (3 Blocks South of Ozark Theater on 71 By Pass) Dining Rooms, Carry-Out, Sandwiches We Cater Large anil Small Groups, Tool Ph. 442-9674 11-9 Weekdays, 11-10 p.m. Fri-Saf.-Snn.--Closed TIICS. Closed Man. at 3 p.m. Venesicm Inn Hwy. 68 West -- Tontitown Open 4-9 (Closed Sunday) BankAmerfcaM -- Master CaTM CHICKEN HOUSE Serving The World's Finest Fried Chicken Hwy. 71 N. Springdale nfarty Marys COACHMAN REST AUU ANT 1212 N. College Colonial Village Meet yotir friends at the COACHMAN RESTAUHANT TUES., thru Sat., 5p.m. til 10 p.m. Sunday, 11 a.m. til 3 p.m. 17STITCHES: 6 stretch, 8 decorative and 3 utility stitches. BUTTONHOLER is built-in; perfect results every time. TWIN NEEDLE lets you sew two colors at the same time. BLINDHEMMER hems skirts, dresses simply, in minutes. BOBBIN WINDER shut-offs automatically when bobbin is full. CASE INCLUDED 6 S-T-R-E-T-C-H STITCHES ,/vVV\AAA .......... - -------- A/VWWW\A/\ -A--ft_J\--A. HMI»]IIV-)IIII.JI BUTTONHOLER BLIND DECORATIVE HEM TWIN NEEDLE CHINESE ana delirious , . . STEAKS SHRIMPS Oprn 50:30 P.M. Closed Sunrlny Ss Men tiny EUCB lrl(hn..y 112 North -- «2-3O3 Bring the Family and Dine In Comfort at the Breakfast ... I.unch Dinner 6:30-10:30 11:30-2:00 F,:0fl-9:00 09 BUFFET 3 kinds of meat, assorted vegetables, Fmlpds, horn* nude pies, Restaurant Will Close 2 p.m. Sunday 2 SCOTTISH ··. INNS 4 Save $ 90 now. \\krds stretch-stitch zig-zag sews it all. Easy drop-in earns provide you with 6 stretch, 8 pattern and 3 utility stitches, The stretch stitches g-i-v-e with the latest fabrics and won't break when the garment is pulled. You can also sew buttonholes and blindhem without turning the fabric. Come in for a demonstration. 159 REGULARLY 249.9S We'll keep you in stitches. EVELYN HILLS Open Thurs. Fri. till 9 p. 443-4591

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